I don't belong to a camp in the sense of many traditional PA camps, but I was raised going to a family camp and have successfully assimilated a few friends. Lend a hand. Don't be selfish. No one cares about your hunting ability, or lack thereof. Don't be a diva. Don't be a loudmouth bunghole. Just be a decent person. Just bring more to the table than you take and you will be invited back. Pretty simple rules.
Yep. Back in the 70s I went up to a BIL's camp on SF land in Union County several times. IIRC they had around a dozen members at the time and rules for who could come in deer seasons.
Since I had gone up for trout season and helped with several work parties during trout seasons, that got me "in the door" for deer seasons.
My deer season visits were the first Saturday, since I'd been up in Tioga Co. for opening days.
At the time they had a bunk room, kitchen and living room w/stone fireplace.
The living room had a "day bed" in one corner and I got to sleep in there by the crackling fireplace, also got up during the night and kept the fire going. One year another member showed up late Friday night and demanded the day bed. Rest of the guys told him I'd staked that out, so he was SOL.
He was about the most useless member according to the rest of the guys. Seldom showed up for work parties, complained constantly and always had to be nagged about chipping in for food, etc. Plus as one member pointed out, if I slept in the living room Friday night, the fire was kept up. He never did that if he was in there.
On one first Saturday, he claimed I was lost and he'd found me, as I was making my way back up the mountain to where we'd parked that morning.
I came out within fifty yards of the truck. He'd gone off to the northwest, after claiming I was headed in the wrong direction. We waited awhile for him and headed out. Over a quarter mile down the SF road, there he was looking like a lost puppy. We drove right on past him, left him back there yelling, then stopped and backed up.
They eventually chucked him outta the camp. BIL asked if I'd like to "buy in", but I declined the honor, since Tioga Co. was and is my primary place to be.
If a camp allows guests, follow Elk Yinzer's simple rules and you'll most likely be welcomed back.